Lorraine Iannello

Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker

Real Estate Agent

About Lorraine

Question: What is most important to consider when buying or selling real estate: The location, amenities, light, views, or school district?
Answer: Most people say price, yet that’s only part of the equation in today’s market.

Question: How much is my property worth?
Answer: It depends on the location, amenities, light, views and more. I need to see it. When you are ready, I'm always here to help answer your questions.

- President's Circle
- Top 10 West Side Office January 2015
- 3 Times Great (for 3 times more sales 3 years in a row than previous year)

- Associate Broker license
- Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE)

Obviously by the answers to both of these often-asked questions, there are many variables to consider when buying or selling a home. Whatever your main criteria, award-winning Lorraine Iannello has successfully achieved the goals of many satisfied sellers and buyers over the years. See their testimonials! Speaking of price, she is known for her negotiating savvy and having a deep sense of what is important to find a meeting of the minds. Yet her forte really lies in understanding what the current market will bear, advising clients accordingly, and implementing the most effective tactics to get the best results.

Adhering to the popular motto made famous by Maya Angelou, "People will forget what you say and forget what you did, but they'll never forget how you made them feel,” Lorraine pays strict attention to every client. A terrific communicator, Lorraine will listen to your dream of finding a first home or selling your latest and make it happen, keeping you fully informed along the way. Drawing upon her service commitment and market expertise, she specializes on the Upper West Side where she lives with her husband; though Lorraine also has helped clients sell and buy as far downtown as Battery Park where Leonardo DiCaprio lives, and uptown as far as Bette Midler's New Leaf restaurant at 190th Street and Broadway; plus townhouses in Manhattan and Brooklyn; co-ops and condos in Tribeca where Jay Z and Beyonce own, near Noho where Kristen Stewart lives; Lincoln Square, home of Wynton Marsalis; and many properties on the Upper East Side, Kelly Ripa's current nieghborhood.

A member of the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), she is also the managing editor of Barnes and Noble Basics: Buying a House, which includes selling tips such as which renovations increase resale value. Aside from her keen grasp of numbers, Lorraine is an unusually warm and intuitive person with an engaging sense of humor, who immediately wins clients’ trust and puts them at ease during the often roller coaster-like real estate process. Her impressive track record combined with her enthusiasm, generosity, integrity and dedication have earned Lorraine ongoing repeat business, trust and word-of-mouth referrals.

This Philadelphia native and Temple University graduate with a degree in Communications previously worked as a writer, reporter and editor for prominent books, newspapers and magazines. That helps sellers and buyers when it comes to powerful marketing and highly personalized offer letters. Lorraine also has resided in Dallas, Seattle, Long Island, Brooklyn and Manhattan. Having bought and renovated a home with her husband, Lorraine has valuable tips on hiring contractors. She enjoys giving back to others, as evidenced by winning her office’s Sunshine Award for raising money for charity. Lorraine is also the past president of the BNI Wall Street Chapter 15, a networking group based on the belief that "Givers Gain." She has additionally served as president of the Sesame Toastmasters Club and treasurer of the National Journalism and Women Symposium. Lorraine is always available to help answer your questions. Text Lorraine at mobile 917.604.7257 or call Lorraine's office direct line at 212.769.6592 or email at liannello@elliman.com
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Lorraine Iannello

1995 Broadway
New York, 10023

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